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Feb 28, 2024

On February 27, Dymag, and its strategic partner, composites material specialist Hankuk Carbon, together with Hyundai, showcased an advanced all-new carbon hybrid wheel on the new Hyundai IONIQ 5 N NPX1 concept which made its debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

For the NPX1 wheel, Dymag has created a striking new 21-inch-high performance wheel with a five-spoke forged aluminum centerpiece painted Satin Black. Combined with the carbon fiber outer rim, the N Performance wheel weighs under 10kg, some 7kg less than a traditional cast alloy version.

Dymag’s proprietary carbon hybrid wheel expertise realizes the best of both materials by blending a composite outer rim made from carbon fiber with a precision-machined forged metallic centerpiece.

In addition to significantly reduced unsprung mass, carbon hybrid wheel technology also reduces rolling inertia and offers improved stiffness and strength. Dymag is also in advanced stages with multiple car makers, with further original equipment supply agreements set to be announced soon. 

Based on Dymag press release

Feb 28, 2024

On February 28, Somerset Council announced that Agratas, a new business within the Tata Group has confirmed its plans to build a gigafactory producing EV batteries at the Gravity Smart Campus site in Puriton, near Bridgwater. The construction will be completed in phases, with battery production scheduled to begin in 2026.

The gigafactory, built with an investment of GBP 4 billion, will eventually produce 40GWh of battery cells annually, enough to supply approximately 500,000 passenger vehicles. Agratas also plans to create batteries for other applications, including two-wheelers and commercial vehicles, as well as commercial energy storage solutions.

Over the next five years, the authority aims to invest in infrastructure, skills enhancement, site access, and connectivity to maximize Somerset's benefits from Agratas' investment, which will be covered by the Business Rates generated once the factory is operational.

The Council and Government are finalizing an agreement to support the long-term economic uplift of the County. The Council’s Corporate and Resources Scrutiny Committee will comment on the plans on March 7, 2024, followed by Executive decisions, including the financial approach on March 12, 2024.

Based on Somerset Council and Agratas press release 

Feb 27, 2024

On February 27, Volkswagen UK announced its partnership with Ecobat, a global battery recycling firm, to collect and recycle EV batteries. The agreement supports VWG UK's commitment to a circular energy economy and sustainability. Ecobat will collect and recycle lithium-ion EV batteries from dealers, distributors, and recycling centers using ADR-compliant vehicles. Ecobat will process the batteries at its new UK lithium-ion recycling center, the third of its kind alongside facilities in Germany and Arizona.

Ecobat's recycling practices adhere to UK battery regulations, managing extended producer responsibility (EPR) for Volkswagen UK. The company maintains ISO standards for quality, environmental management, and health and safety. Ecobat's sustainable recycling loop aligns with OEMs to enhance sustainability credentials and minimize waste, providing compliant battery transportation, storage, diagnosis, and dismantling.

Based on Volkswagen UK press release